2 Classic Books For The Price Of 1 Vintage Satire Is A Limited Edition Gift Pack Which Consists Of Beautifully Designed Separate Volumes Of Gulliver S Travels By Jonathan Swift And Michel Houellebecq S Controversial Bestseller Atomised.Vintage Satire Is Just One Of Ten Vintage Classic Twins To Collect Each Twin Consists Of Two Books A Specially Designed Limited Edition Of One Modern Classic Title And One Established Classic Work The Books In Each Pair Have Been Carefully Selected To Provide A Thought Provoking Combination Gulliver S Travels In The Course Of His Famous Travels, Gulliver Is Captured By Miniature People Who Wage War On Each Other Because Of Religious Disagreement Over How To Crack Eggs, Is Sexually Assaulted By Giants, Visits A Floating Island, And Decides That The Society Of Horses Is Better Than That Of His Fellow Man Swift S Tough, Filthy And Incisive Satire Has Much To Say About The State Of The World Today And Is Presented Here In Its Unexpurgated Entirety Atomised Half Brothers Michel And Bruno Have A Mother In Common But Little Else Michel Is A Molecular Biologist, A Thinker And Idealist, A Man With No Erotic Life To Speak Of And Little In The Way Of Human Society Bruno, By Contrast, Is A Libertine, Though In Theory Than In Practice, His Endless Lust Is All Too Rarely Reciprocated Both Are Symptomatic Members Of Our Atomised Society, Where Religion Has Given Way To Shallow New Age Philosophies And Love To Meaningless Sexual Connections A Dissection Of Modern Lives And Loves, It Is By Turns Funny, Acid, Infuriating, Didactic, Touching And Visceral.
Michel Houellebecq born Michel Thomas , born 26 February 1958 birth certificate or 1956 on the French island of R union, is a controversial and award winning French novelist To admirers he is a writer in the tradition of literary provocation that reaches back to the Marquis de Sade and Baudelaire to detractors he is a peddler, who writes vulgar sleazy literature to shock His works though, pa
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- Gulliver's Travels / Les Particules élémentaires
- Michel Houellebecq
- 03 April 2019 Michel Houellebecq